Fury Parasailing Key West in Key West, FL
Fury Water Adventures • 241 Front Street • Key West, FL 33040View on Map
Go airborne in an exhilarating Key West parasailing adventure provided by Fury Water Adventures. You’ll board a 12-passenger parasailing boat and head out to the ocean, get briefed by the crew, then float 300 feet above sparkling emerald blue waters as you take in breathtaking panoramic views. You may even catch a glimpse of dolphins playing in the ocean!
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It is about 1-2 miles offshore so approximately 5 minutes.How high and how long do you fly in the air?
You will be about 300 feet in the air for approximately 8-10 minutes from takeoff to landing. Take-off and landing are both on the boat, so you don’t even have to get wet!Will I get wet?
Not necessarily, but you do have the option to be dipped in the water or to have a dry takeoff and landing.Are cameras allowed?
Yes, but you are doing so at your own risk.Will I be paired up with other guests or friends?
You will be paired with another person who is in your group. Fury Water Adventures can fly up to three people at one time as long as the total weight does not exceed 450 lbs.How old do you have to be to parasail?
Guests must be at least 6 years old to parasail.Where does the trip depart from?
The tour departs at 241 Front Street, located just behind Margaritaville Resort on the corner of Front St. and Greene St. in the Margaritaville Marina. Check-in booths are located on the pier.What should I bring?
A valid government issued photo ID is required for all adults. You should also bring a towel and a bathing suit.Is parking provided?
No, they do not provide parking at any of their check-in locations, but you can use street parking, pay to park lots, or parking garages.Are animals allowed?
Fury allows service animals only. A service animal is any dog that has been trained to perform tasks to benefit an individual. The work performed must be directly related to the individual's disability. According to the ADA service animals for emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companionship are not considered service animals. The guest requiring the service animal must be in possession of the animal at all times. Due to the nature of Fury tours, guests and service animals may be required to remain on the boat for the entirety of the tour.Can a child who is under 18 go by themselves?
Most Fury tours will require the minor guest’s natural parent to be present at check-in to sign them in.Are life jackets provided?
Yes. All guests are provided with life jackets.